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Editorial
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VOL. L. No. 36 Z-32 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOV. 4, 1939

PRICE FIVECENTS

Student Senate PollNorway Frees 76th Congress Favored Varsity
City Of Flint, Kills Embargo
Soars To NeSMarkseizes Nazis And Adjourns Harmon At Illino
As224Cass Freighter May Have Left CeremoniesToAccompany
As4a VsUnder U.S. Seamen; Signing By President; ToToGrange
Prize Crew Is Interned Proclamations Follow
Ross Is Only Candidate geGermans Anchored Roosevelt's'ash
Assured Of Position Union To. Give G
After 13th TransferM FWithout Reason' And Carry' Passes Soviet Press Denounces Finns
HU 'ett Any Seetdres OSLO, Norway, Nov. 4.--( )-The WASHiINGTON, Ntov. 3.-(N)-The As Allies Discuss War On Sea
HuyettAndOpendel't s Hwanderings of the American freighter special session of the 76th Congress -
Are Now Leading " City of Flint under a German prize adjourned at 6:35 p.m. today after
crew ended early today when Norwe- finally approving the Roosevelt ad- Russo-Finnish Talk Ends Increased Artillery Action
Definite plans for features to be gian officials interned the Nazi crew ministration bill to repeal the arms
Breaking all records for voting in exhibited in the Union's Open House, at Haugesund, on the western Nor- embargo and substitute a system of With No Further Parley Marks Heightened Nazi
the Student Senate's history, 2,243 are coming in rapidly according t wegian coast, and released the ship "cash and carry" sales to the belliger- Indicated By Delegates Activity In 'Quiet Day'
students cast votes at the polls yes- Harold Singer, '41, executive coun- to her American crew. ent governments of Europe.
terday, but results in counting were ci member in charge of the pro- The Norwegian Admiralty an- The legislation, product of six By WITT HANCQCK PARIS, Nov. 3.- (P) -Winston
yet incomplete at press time this gram. nounced the ship, enroute from Mur- week's fighting as to the best way to MOSCOW, Nov. 3.-)-Finland's Churchill, British First Lord of the
morning, with only one candidate, The Open House, traditional Union mansk, Russia, to Hamburg, Ger- keep America free of war, went to MOSCnWtv. ha -nh)-sin r Admiralty, held a series of surprise
Charles Ross, '41, elected at the end campus treat, will be held from 7:30 many, anchored at the Norwegian President Roosevelt for his signature, representatives had an hour's confer- Admiralty hgh sre ofsrrs
ence with Russian officials tonight conferences with high French naval
of the 13th transfer of votes, Nor- to 10:30 p.m. next Wednesday. Ex- port without "valid reason" and that scheduled to be affi ed at noon to
*man -Scharr, '0, and Stuart Knox, hbt n eosrtosaeb-i a eie oitreteGra morrow. Ceremonies will accom- against a background of grim hints officials today regarding the war at
mn chr,',an urtKohibits and demonstrations are be- it was decided to interne the German mro.Crmne ilacm from the Soviet press and radio tht sea while reports from the Western
'40, directors of election announced. ing planned by many organizations crew and that the vessel should be pany the signing of the measure, with they had better sign on the dotted Front told ofpincreased activity by
Results, as they stood at 2 a.m. and departments of the University, "given members of House and Senate wholine. German land troops.
were as follows: eleven candidates Singer said. Free To Sail wre prominent in the long fight at- Both sides declined comment on The British naval chieftain talked
These were, in Among the attractions which will This meant, one usually well-in- ten in the talk-the first in the third of the for two hours with Premier Daladier,
haveebeenrwroppn .ouresuaiTonuthoaattins series of conferences between the conferred twice with Cesar Campin-
the order dropped: John EdJ onds, fill the first floor lobbies and other formed Norwegian source said, that From the White House, meanwhile tw o on-rtnc te whe chFrenc ier and
Grad, Jack Scott, '4Ed., Jane Mow- parts of the, building, will be a set- the City of Flint, a prisoner of the cameword that soo after two nations-or to dicate when chi, French Naval Minister, and
ers, '40, Robert Taylor, '41, Beverly up by members of the chemical en- Germans and an object of diplomatic the bill, the Chief Executive would there might be a further meeting. lunched with Rear Admiral Jean Dar-
Jenness, '40, Wesley First, '41, Dennis gineering department at which plas- action since she was seized by the issue proclamations makin it effec- Shortly before the Finns were an, Supreme Commander of French
Flanagan, '401 William Laitner, '42, tic pennies will be molded on the spot, German pocket battleship Deutsch- tive as applied to the war n Europe called to the Kremlin, Pravda, organ naval forces.
Betty Steinhart, '40, James Lovett, and a display of various examples of land on Oct. 9, was free to sail away( Final congressional action came of the Communist party, asserted that Military dispatches meanwhile told
'41, and James Allen, '40. The di- chemical machinery. Also to be whenever she wished. with the approval by both branches Finland's Foreign Minister Elias of a sudden burst of German troop
rectorspredictedhat the end of the featured will be a mobile radio dem- This source.added that the freight- of a 'conference report agreed to Erkko had "directly threatened" the activity south of Zweibruecken, ac-
transfer,her may already have sailed away- earlier in the day by representatives Soviet Union in a speech Wednesday companied by a series of protective
that eight more candumerof wlewaROTC signal corps will convers once more in charge of her American of House and Senate, making one and that his remarks "cannot be ap- barrages.
dropped soon. The number of can- while walking about in different parts crew. bill of the separate measure passed praised otherwise than as an appeal The Nazi big guns opened up witth
didates still-in the running was 33, of the Union Building. Also on dis- The freighter, first carried to Mur- earlier by each. The Senate ap- for war with the USSR." heavy fire on French front lines in
with 1 elected and 11 out. play by the ROTC will be examples mansk by the Nazi prize crew after proved it 55 to 24 and hte House vote
Listings At 2 A. of guns used in different divisions her capture in the Atlantic with what was 2435 172. Erkko Denies Charges about 18 miles east of Saarbruecken.
Listed in the order of their stand- of servicethe Germans said was a contraband Despite a Republican effort to keep Territory in the rear of the French
ings, he rtt 113candidates were cargo, reached Haugesund at 5 p.m. Congress in session, te adjournment That Finland Wants War lines, long vacated by the civilian
Steudel, '41, 109; Jack Ca rFoueake Ltteery yesterday. thereafter was comparatively u- HELSINKI, Nov. 3.-(P)-Finnish population, also was bombarded.
40E 98 Elliot Maraniss n '40, 96; An-Foreign Minister Elas Erkko tonight
nabel Hill, I1 SM!94; El Hen- ' B i g There were reports that the ship the session, 46 to 25, and the House described as "untrue"ra charge by the
drick, '42. 94; Roger Kelley, '42, 93; t ha nrings put into the Norwegian harbor to 223 to 189. Russian newspaper Pravda that Fino-( 1 n'3' uI*it
Fred Tyler, '40, 89; Hugo Reichard, land an American seaman who was ill Few Hear Message land had made warlike gestures and .I
Grad, 84; John Zubon, '40Ed, 83; 7i but as the hours wore on there was Thereafter, the membership quickly added that if this and other Soviet e
Sam Grant, '40, 82; William Can-- no ln 4i ation that the seaman would filed out and there were few, present attacks on Finland were "of a tacti-D
field, '40 82; Martin Dworkis, '40, 81; e put ashore. in the House to hear the reading of a cal nature" they "have failed-our
Ann Vicary, '40, 65; 5hirley Fishma.n, FBI Officials Make we Then ame t Admiralty's state- message from the President express- attitude is unchanged." Embezzlem t
'4es.i.6 Kiri Olson, '40, 61; CharleS tThere is a, limit toeverything,".
Bont '25; Elten'Rhea, . AThe':merirf t°ity of Flint i1nt make °it iecessr to have any. Erkko said at a press conference,re-:
rnd W , '4 5 ea German prize crew, was allowed to other extraordinary sessions" and ex- ferring to the statement by tITe Mos-
Arnod White, '41, 9;James or- $20,000,000 Swindle use Norwegian territorial waters tending his best wishes for a "pleas- cow organ of the Communist party Blames Account Sstem
45;i, John i(Arretso from Tomsoe southward. The ship, ant Thanksgiving and a Merry and Soviet Premier-Foreign Con- For Shortage; Claims
4;Rudolph Potochik, '40, 45;J BOSTON, Nov.. 3. -(P)-,Arrests accompanied by a Norwegian warship Christmas." missar Molotoff's disclosure Tuesday
F. Anderson, '40, 45. mounted tonight as Federal Agents Olva Tryggvason and one torpedo One additional line brought a loud srMtofinnisc-ure Tesday Money Still In Treasury
Counting 10 ballots declared in- from Maine to Minnesota pressed a boat, arrived at Haugesund Friday laugh from those who had waited t. segt
valid by the directors, the total vote roundup of more than 70 persons in- evening and anchored off Haugesund "May I add that I hope those mem shown our By WINSTON H. COX
cast was 2,243, which sets a new dicted n charges of conducting a without permission. bers in the states where governors Foreign Minister continued. "We are Emmett M. Gibb, former county
makih.Snt' woya i-fraudulent lottery which swindled _________have set Nov. 30as Miisercotiud."WgaeimmttMngbb frmraout
tory. . The voting"increased by 10 ardntottrd30 eo rThanksgiving Day not at war and we want to live in clerk, took the stand yesterday after-
pery. cent ov s yareste tyhe patrons to the tunea. of more than will celebrate both Thanksgivings-' peace. In such conditions proposals noon in his own defense to answer
fact that last year the straw vote $20,000,000 during a 10-year period Indi ts on the 23rd and the 30th." were put to us which in normal times charges of embezzlement of $5,547.52
onthe choice for Regent drew many The indictments were returned in _l 7In addition to requiring that the would be offensive" from the relief fund of the Washte-
on elshe nubernr any September, but Government officers, . TI* bellgierent governments in the Eu- naw county treasury.
to the polls. The number of invalid moving with characteristic thorough- Building Union ropean war zone, when buying here, "My first thought on finding out
but fourteenths of a per cent of the ness, waited until they believed a pay cash and furnish ships to trans- Strikers Te Up that there was a shortage," said Gibl
total ,votes, as compared with seven- clean sweep could be made before port their purchases, the bill passed New . on examination by his defense at.
teths as ar naming the defendants. Anti-Trust Law Violated today places severe restrictions on New York Salng torney, John W. Conlin, "was thai
tenths last years At the head of the list, as the "big American shipping. The vessels of somebody had taken the checks fro-
140 Votes Necessary shot," they placed Abraham F. Zim- Grand Jury Charges this nation are forbidden to enter, my desk. I knew that the people or
Aroporingtl th Hae sstmerman of Chicago, in which city, European belligerent ports, and to relief would not get their money un.
proportional representation used in tey said, national headquarters of WASHINGTON, Nov. 3.-()-The traverse "combat zones" as delineat- ing AFL longshoremen paused the- lef wuld ot se i mne u-
the election, with =2,233 valid votes cnelto oa fa es i less it was made up, so I made ou
the lottery syndicate was located. Justice Department's sweeping in- ed by the Present. cancellation today of at least six two checks to cover it and figure
cast, it was necessary to obtain one- The syndicate, the indictments quiry into the building industry edhbduthd coastwise sailings, while o ving the mystery before the enc
charged, maintained elaborate litho- brought indictments in St. Louis and their leader sharply rejected media- t
election, since there were 16 positions graphing and printing plants and Pittsburgh today, 'while investigators Ch Urch W ork tion by the National Maritime Labor Later Gibb testified that the mon.
to be filled. turned out about 12,000,000 tickets piled up information for grand juries Board, accusing one of its msn
directors Norman Schorr, '40, and on various devices of chance annu- in half a dozen more cities. e of bias for "the communistic dual eut till be s dhthai th
ally, but paid out only a small part A St. Louis Federal. Grand JuryTo Be t dlongshoremen organization on the count te cesad tha
Stuart Knox, '40, and assistants Wil of promised prizes. indicted William L. Hutcheson of Pacific Coast. for the shortage. He denied having
liam Bestmit, '42; Arthur Carpenter, Indianapolis, president of the Unit- ..Joseph P. Ryan, president of the for the s t He denied
TaX May Be Changed ed Brotherhood of Carpenters and Conference Of Protestant International Longshoremen's Asso- a l in the ancy..
'42; Jean Shapiro, '42; Mel Seeger, Joiners of America, and three other Leaders Starts In Union ciation, thus answered the offer of Gibb also stated that he was noml
'42 and Marvin Lerner, '42. - LANSING, Nov. 3.-(P)-Melville union men for conspiracy under the La s rs U n RobertW.BruereteoLsti-7 rinebtdt.h" a tehdb__
Students who helped the directors B.McPherson of Lowell, chairman anti-trust law.Ds man, to assign Conciliator James L. to prove it. "I am more in debt no
yesterday afternoon at election head- B.fMheSon Tx of mssoLowellhre re ro ajrchairmants ro he10mjo oanti-trusthecotovrs: law.enI ok ffc, hihouh
squarters as poll-watchers and trouble of the State Tax Commission, dis- The charge grew from a jurisdic- tant church denominations will at- "We do not need the services of to prove that I couldn't have spen
shooters were: Warren Smith, '4; closed today he planned to start tional dispute between the Carpen- tend the Inter-Guild Conference to- Medo Bernrd We can settle the money paying bills as was inti
ChesterBrdle:,W42;reindemrh,'42'0' immediately the prepartion of pro- ters Union and the Machinists Union, Mediator erna.W ,,o,
posed amendments to the new intan- both affiliates of the American Fed- day and tomorrow in the Union, Ken- this with our employes.
and Merton Rosen, '40P. neth W. Morgan, Director of the Stu-
gible tax law for presentation to the eration of Labor, over the installa-d .R g An'.ciaton an- -

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'legislature in the event it is called tion of equipment at the brewing steyed.i ee t
Faculty Members into a special session. plant of Annheuser-Busch, Inc. n o feerene wvconsider waysseve opes
in j,.which Poetant su et a
To Attend Meeting oe Group Hears Lectures participate to a' greater extent in Keynote Of Life Conference
College Gruniversity religious programs and
Four University faculty members r es how they may gain a better under-
will attend a conference* on Inter- On Political, Cam pus Problem s sand of their religion, Morgan Recent developmentsin the various a function of, speed, range and caSmt
Aecaon n Nov, 9ansn h Wfasdh-Subjects to be' discussed at the bearing on future trends were the presidnt of American Air Lines at th
education on Nov. 9 and 10 at Wash- k"After the first World War, we built At the 10:15 a.m. general session, Conference will include "What is the keynote topicts of the final session afternoon meeting in the Union.
ington, D.C. a straw house and the wolf rather Dean Edward H. Kraus of the liter- Purpose of a Religious Program De-- yesteray ofthechn-Lie Con Mto ent fmpactord in aircraft oe
They are Prof. Arthur S. Aiton, of easily blew it down. At the conclu- ary college, noting the change in signed for Students?" and "How Can ference on New Technologies in ation, heightreduction to af
the history department; Prof. Charles sion of this second world war we the schools of the '90's and those of Religious Work with Students be Transportation. s dfetio cofweight reuctin tay
have our choice of building either a the '30's, indicated Michigan's part Done More Effectively?" opening the event in the day's ses- fect a corresponding increase in pay
C. Fries, of the English department, wooden house which will be relatively in the growth of the Junior College Dr. Gould Wickey, General Secre- sion was a series of six-round table load without at the same time en
Prof. Preston E. James of the geog- more stable or a brick house of last- system and congratulated the Junior tary of the Council of Church Boards discussions in the.Union from 9:30 dangering safety levels.
raphy department and :Prof. J. Ra- ting strength, ytmadcnrtltdteJno ~.t no. No extremely radical variations c
leghy Nelsoniretor ond heInter- Witthatanalogy Prof. P.re-stonrngh Colleges on their achievements. of Education, and Rev. J. Maxwell a.mxwto 12 nonsn
ntihlon ircroCtenter.r- Wi.hSthssonlogth hisofr ept-enRyNetnoneri -Adams, University Director, of the Stressed in the discussion on au- m od e rn transportation aviatio
gr r n WSossoofthehitoydepart ute Dn hy paperon h rohrchbewilstytendthetomobiles were recent developmentsterianeChurchtwilleattendptheTtobbil esiere reneelment equpiment are anticipated in the nea
One of the main topics fr discus- ment summarized his interpretations of the Private Junior College in Conference. in clutch designs. pThe new fld future, Mr. Smith pointed out. Thi
ionW at the cone ill be de- ofeWorldCar Ig and its probable Jclutch now in use in several standard problem is essentially one of refin
Sion at the conference will be ex- reWrl arI adit droale Michigan" noted at the 9 a.m. sec- models, it was noted, increased both merit; the search for lighter weigh
change fellowships and other educa- results before the assembled dele- tion problems facing Junior Colleges Angell Addresses mdi t and ease d pethntwthe srch or ighty wedg
tional relationships with universi- gates of the Michigan Junior College and stressed the "rehabilitation cen- riding comfort and ease of operation without strength or reliability redu
tis Sot ssociation at their 12:15 p.m. lun- ndsss ereiiaoncn-" Foundation without an appreciable decrease in tion; for higher powered engine uni
in . cheon meeting yesterday in - ter" phase of Junior College work. Hilel efficiency. with improved fuel consumption r
Union. "The trouble with language teach- Other discussions were: "Alloys and quirements, all within the highe
At 1:45 p.m. the sectional confer- ers is that they don't teach the "The man who I believe has had Structural Design," lead by Prof. A. standards of passenger comfort a
Local Community 1 Fund ,.hcibvnT 4 ra ,, cienc. language; they teach grammar," said the greatest influence unon my mind E. White of the mechanical engineer- safety.

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Michigan Seeks To Erase
Stigma Of Old Defeat
In Conference Game
Wolverines To Play
Without Kromer
(Special to The Daily)
CHAMPAIGN, Ill.-Fifteen years
ago a stocky red head named Harold
"Red" Grange ran roughshod over
a highly-rated Michigan eleven for
four touchdowns in 12 minutes and
therein lies the story of the Illinois-
Michigan football game here this
afternoon.
For Michigan, prohibtive favorites
to trounce the Illini before 30,000
Homecoming fans in spite'of the ab-
sence of halfbacks Paul Kromer and
Herc Renda, guard Fred Olds, quar-
terback Harry Kohl, and, fullback Ed
Christy, will throw its ace halfback
Tom Harmon against the Indians in
attempt to at least partially eradicate
the blot Grange's tremendous run-
ning placed. on its escutcheon. The
,Hoosier Hammer, generally accepted
as the greatest back since the Gal-
loping Ghost made enemy safety
men: tremble, will bethe cynosure of
all eyes -today as he tries to retread
the 15 year old steps of Grange on
this very sod.
Illini -MayyBe Pointing
.Illinois will offer little opposition
to the undefeated Wolverines' quest
for- their fifth straight' victory and
their third in the Big Ten. But each
year, Coach Bob Zuppke pointshis
-eleven 'for, onegame a yeaj' nd
Michigan adherents fear this may.
be the one.
The wily Dutchman clains that
regardless of his material, he can
prepare his club for one game a
year and win it. Two years ago the
Illini tied Notre Dame and in 1935
whipped Southern California by
three touchdowns. And Z ppke still
remembers that it was the Wolverines
who, two years ago, tarnished Zupp-
ke's silver anniversary, 7-6, before
another Homecoming gathering.
With Kromer out on team physi-
cian George Hammond's advice to
rest his injured knee for the Minne-
sota game next week, the hero of
that one-point victory of two years
ago will once again step into the
starting lineup. For it was little
Freddy Trosko, a green sophomore
of some three games experience, who
threw a 50-yard touchdown pass in-
to the waiting arms of John Nichol-
son. And it was Freddy Trosko who
coolly place-kicked the extra point
without even bothering to doff his
headgear.
Zuppke Has Poor Tean
Illinois has been submerged deep
in the morass of- its worst season in
years. They opened with a- 0-0 tie
with little Bradley Tech and then
docilely accepted consecutive defeats
from Southern California, Indiana
and Northwestern. Zuppke's of-
fense, which in the past has abound-
ed in flankers, flea-flickers and fly-
ing trapezes, has been decidedly sub-
limated to the more orthodox short
punt similar to the Csler system.
The offense has been ilt around
(Continued on p'age 3)

New Gargoyle
Out Thursday
'Campus Queen' Series
To Be Initiated
Publication date of the November
issue of Gargoyle, campus humor
magazine, will be next Thursday, ac-
cording to Ellis Wunsch, '40, man-
aging editor.
The issue, second of the fall term,
will present numerous features, some
of them photographic, in addition to
its usual sections. Notable among
these will be a two-pagehspread of
photographs on last night's Inter-

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